Splitting jobs up would be a management nightmare. You have Jill 2 days
a week then Jack 2 days. How are you going to resolve their two styles?
In our continuing age of automation and which much of it justified to
get rid of jobs NO human should be doing. So the need for laborers will
reduce and we'll get back to a more natural state of life.
Our standard of living is phony. It was based on credit or money we
didn't have. It was a trap to control the masses by putting them into
debt. It's interesting that the millennials don't want to be in debt.
Wise choice. But many of them got suckered into college debt and are
having to deal with that.
Health care problems can be resolved with more emphasis on prevention
and alternatives to the drug driven big pharma solution. The scamsters
targeted health care as their next golden goose years ago and we are
experiencing the result. Why does the AMA limit the number of medical
students (I know they'll claim they don't but that's BS)? Let's have
people practicing medicine who are interested in it rather than just the
We can solve the "one child per family" problem but it requires new
thinking and dynamic to civilization. Again the establishment (i.e. the
capitalists) don't want those changes or they will lose control. Who
made them God anyway?
On 11/09/2014 05:38 AM, waybac...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
I think we can spread the work around - lots of 1/2 time jobs rather
than 40-50 hrs per week per person. SEems the only way to spread the
money as well. But then we all have o be willing to reduce our
standard of living. A big impediment to people's willingness to work
less than fulltime has been lack of universal health care coverage and
decent care for the elderly (ie no pension). And maybe we have too
many people on the planet. All good concepts, but how to begin to
make a shift?